fringe

This was one of the easiest and cheapest decorating projects I’ve done so far and I love how a random idea turned out so perfectly.  I love bohemian styling and pretty trims and when I drew a blank on how to decorate a small bathroom that I wanted to keep simple and serene, I decided to repurpose fringe trim and use it for home decor, instead of for clothing detailing.

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I knew I wanted a “boho chic” vibe in my bathroom, complete with a simple color palette, some eclectic candle votives, bright white towels, etc.  I didn’t think I wanted curtains, so I thought that fringe trim would give the texture of a window treatment, but the visual artsiness of wall art.  I decided that I wanted a bright white fringe to pop against my khaki walls and to match my white vanity and woodwork throughout my bathroom.  But, after I draped and nailed the white fringe to my wall, it was way too plain and one dimensional, so I went back and ordered more fringe, but this time in 4″ silver.

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The different lengths and colors of the fringe adds more dimension and lots of visual appeal to my walls.  Plus, the minimalistic white, with a pop of metallic silver, definitely helps to add the “boho glam” style that I want for my bathroom.

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I now love my bathroom.  It’s far from finished but right now I think its a relaxing yet feminine place for me to get ready every morning.

xx,

catiemaxie

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